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High-Risk XPCC Entities for Enhanced Sanctions Compliance

This product is a structured dataset of the highest-risk entities associated with the XPCC. It is designed to help compliance teams quickly triage risk, focusing specifically on the 4,000+ legal entities (e.g. companies limited by shares, LLCs, partnerships, factories, etc.), plus their branches, that are branded entities of the XPCC or solely owned by the XPCC and its subordinate divisions, regiments, and components.

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SASACs exist to manage government assets, specifically SOEs, on behalf of the state. Anyone investigating China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will eventually come across their primary owner, one of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commissions (SASAC).
The investigation into the Barrera Palacios network reportedly began after an unnamed financial institution filed a suspicious activity report (SAR) in 2012 with Peru’s Financial Intelligence Unit.
Topics will include how to identify Chinese state-owned enterprises using public records, explanation of key Chinese government structures and investment vehicles, and a case study into the XPCC's vast and complex holdings
Gracias a los datos públicos, descubrimos una red corporativa con sede en México relacionada con una persona sospechosa de suministrar fentanilo ilegal al Cártel de Sinaloa.
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Verifying a company’s existence is a crucial first step in conducting third-party risk assessments. Follow these tips during your third-party onboarding process to identify and verify a business’s existence in China using public records.
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UBO can be one of the most difficult pieces of information to identify when investigating entities with a global network. Follow these steps to identify a company’s UBO via the Central Bank of Russia.
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Corporate filings in Mexico will often leave out valuable information, such as company identifiers and addresses.
A live investigation supplemented by open-source resources into an OFAC sanctioned Russian Organization and in-depth explanation of Russia sanctions.
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Follow these tips during your MENA investigation to ensure you have a complete picture of family ownership in the commercial network you are investigating.
Learn how to identify contraband smugglers and their corporate networks using public records. In our latest investigation, we uncovered a network of Paraguayan companies that are at high risk for importing, transporting, and/or selling contraband clothing.